Exhibit 1: Pro-Zionist and Pro-Apartheid, Terrorist state Keir Starmer

Exhibit 2: Anti-War and Pro-Peace Jeremy Corbyn:

What Keir Starmer represents and supports:

  1. Jewish Nationalism: Zionism is fundamentally rooted in the idea of Jewish nationalism, asserting that Jews constitute a distinct nation with the right to self-determination and a homeland.
  2. Historical Connection to Palestine: Zionists believe in the historical and religious connection of Jews to the land of Israel (Palestine) dating back to biblical times.
  3. Desire for a Jewish Homeland: Zionists advocate for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine as a response to anti-Semitism and persecution experienced by Jews in various parts of the world.
  4. Cultural and Religious Significance: Zionism often emphasises the cultural and religious significance of the land of Israel in Jewish tradition and history.
  5. Political Activism: Zionism has been associated with political activism aimed at achieving Jewish self-determination and statehood. This has included lobbying, diplomacy, and advocacy efforts.
  6. Variations of Zionism: There are different branches and ideological variations within Zionism, including political Zionism, religious Zionism, and cultural Zionism, each with distinct goals and approaches.
  7. Theodor Herzl: Theodor Herzl is often regarded as the founder of modern political Zionism, and his 1896 pamphlet “The Jewish State” is a seminal work in the movement.
  8. Balfour Declaration: The Balfour Declaration of 1917, issued by the British government, expressed support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine, further advancing Zionist goals.
  9. Jewish Immigration: Zionists actively encouraged Jewish immigration to Palestine, particularly during the period of the British Mandate (1920-1948).
  10. State of Israel: Zionism culminated in the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, which is considered a realization of the Zionist dream. However, the movement continued to play a role in the development and defense of Israel.

For those that doubt Israel’s apartheid system:

Many Jews however, support Jeremy Corbyn’s vision of peace and a fair solution:

What Jeremy Corbyn represents and supports:

  1. Humanitarian Relief: A peaceful solution could alleviate the suffering of Palestinians and Israelis who have endured violence, conflict, and displacement for generations, leading to improved living conditions and better access to basic services.
  2. Reduced Loss of Life: The foremost benefit of peace would be the prevention of further loss of life due to conflicts and violence, allowing families on both sides to live without the constant fear of warfare.
  3. Stability in the Region: A peaceful resolution could contribute to greater stability in the Middle East by reducing a major source of tension and conflict in the region.
  4. Economic Development: Peace could pave the way for economic development in both Israel and Palestine, leading to increased trade, investment, and job opportunities.
  5. Improved Security: A peaceful settlement would lead to improved security for both Israelis and Palestinians, reducing the need for military operations and security measures.
  6. Increased Diplomatic Relations: Resolving the Israel-Palestine conflict could improve diplomatic relations between Israel and its Arab neighbours, potentially fostering greater cooperation and collaboration in various fields.
  7. Reconciliation and Healing: A peaceful solution would provide an opportunity for reconciliation and healing among communities that have suffered for decades, promoting social cohesion and understanding.
  8. International Diplomacy: Successful diplomacy in resolving this longstanding conflict could serve as a model for addressing other global conflicts and challenges, reaffirming the importance of diplomacy and peaceful negotiations.
  9. International Security: A resolution could enhance international security by reducing one of the sources of tension and conflict that has the potential to escalate into wider regional or global conflicts.
  10. Cultural and Religious Exchange: Peace could facilitate cultural and religious exchanges between Israelis and Palestinians, fostering greater understanding and tolerance among diverse communities.

Now objectively which one is preferable for all concerned?

Douglas James

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